Tom Liemohn Kent Washingto Posted May 11, 2018 Report Share Posted May 11, 2018 (edited) Faithful reproduction of the original 607 moderators used on the Colt CAR15’s used by SEAL’s, rangers and other SF people in the mid 60’s in Vietnam and other hot spots. For those who aren’t aware, the 607, called by a number of names (GX-5857/07/CAR15) was the very first attempt at an M16 carbine. This is a reproduction of basically a prototype. The next iteration included bird cage type flash holes and is commonly referred to as a 177 type as it was first used on the next evolution of the M16 carbine, the XM 177E1. Since the Retro craze has caught on again, we figured we’d get back into it. As some may know Liemohn Manufacturing has its roots deep in the now defunct company, Total Silence who were well known for reproducing early M16 development parts that had been off the market for 50 years. Price is $50 and includes shipping to anywhere in the US. Interested parties should contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org We also have NFA versions too! Inquire about those or look on the NFA for sale page. Specs- OAL 3.5" finish: Manganese Phosphate Parkerize Material: 4140 carbon steel Thread pattern: 1/2x28, Caliber/Bore size: 5.56/.22LR Dates used:1964-1966 approximately Tom Liemohn Liemohn Manufacturing LLC (253)632-5643 Edited April 8, 2019 by Tom Liemohn Kent Washingto Photos added 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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